Dr. Ronald Miller is a consultant in the field of lifelong learning. Throughout his career, which began 35 years ago, he has written approximately 40 publications and has conducted more than 35 presentations. He helped create and operate the New York City Regional Center for Life-Long Learning from 1972 through 1976. Following this experience, he was instrumental in constructing and editing a student financial aid directory, titled “Paying for your Education: A Guide for Adult Learners.” Regarded for its straightforward and easy-to-follow advice, the publication sold 110,000 copies. Dr. Miller considers this achievement to be the highlight of his career. It led to numerous other opportunities, including the chance to spearhead a project for The National Center for Higher Education Management Systems, where he gathered a group of adult educators to advise them on how to change their management information coding to reflect the change in the law.